sagging

[ US /ˈsæɡɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /sˈæɡɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. hanging down (as from exhaustion or weakness)
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How To Use sagging In A Sentence

  • Good, bad, or meaningless, there it will be: bunchy with fat or sagging from the bone, fading, freckling, wrinkling, and drooping so long as flesh endures. Beginner’s Grace
  • Irreversible sagging and chronic backache can be the long - term result.
  • We live in a world with multimillion dollar industries built around erasing wrinkles, covering gray, and squeezing in sagging body parts. Christianity Today
  • Bloated, sagging, and among those firm youthful bodies, those undistorted faces, a strange and terrifying monster of middle-agedness, Linda advanced into the room, coquettishly smiling her broken and discoloured smile, and rolling as she walked, with what was meant to be a voluptuous undulation, her enormous haunches. Brave New World
  • And the pressure is on to stop grouching and help boost a sagging Christmas retail season.
  • Losing your teeth leads to sagging skin and excessive wrinkles. The Sun
  • The third group is composed of patients that have a mild amount of excess in the belly, hips, thighs and sagging buttocks.
  • The other big man and the white-headed boy sat and looked off across a little bit of cornfield where an old grey stook of last year's fodder formed a sagging cone at the edge of the woods. Cold Mountain
  • That move is widely credited with reversing the airlines sagging financial fortunes.
  • During slow moments Grandmother wandered out in the long shirt and trousers we call a salwar kameez, threading her way between the sagging hammocks and chatting with the homesick soldiers missing the dishes of their own countries. The Hundred-Foot Journey
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